2017 Canberra Region Tourism Award Winners

 

OrganisationCategoryACT Tourism AwardsQANTAS Australian Tourism Awards
National Gallery of AustraliaMajor Tourist AttractionsWinnerFinalist
Questacon – The National Science and Technology CentreTourist AttractionsWinnerGold
National Arboretum Canberra – a living collection and outstanding tourist attractionTourist AttractionsCommendationFinalist
National Museum of Australia – A History of the World in 100 Objects from the British Museum exhibitionMajor Festivals and EventsWinnerFinalist
Canberra Craft Beer & Cider FestivalFestivals and EventsFinalist
Thredbo Valley Track , Kosciuszko National ParkEcotourismCommendation
Mulligans Flat Woodland SanctuaryEcotourismFinalist
Royal Australian MintCultural TourismCommendation
Canberra CentreSpecialised Tourism ServicesCommendation
ExperienceAISSpecialised Tourism ServicesWinnerFinalist
Yass Valley Information CentreVisitor Information ServicesCommendation
Canberra and Region Visitors CentreVisitor Information ServicesWinnerFinalist
National Convention Centre CanberraBusiness Event VenuesWinnerFinalist
3infun CanberraDestination MarketingFinalist
‘Pie Time’ – Southern Highlands NSWDestination MarketingWinnerSilver
Jamala Wildlife LodgeUnique AccommodationWinnerFinalist
Mercure CanberraStandard AccommodationCommendation
Vibe Hotel Canberra AirportDeluxe AccommodationWinnerFinalist
Little National HotelDeluxe AccommodationFinalist
Hyatt Hotel Canberra – A Park Hyatt HotelLuxury AccommodationWinnerBronze
Canberra ParkNew Tourism BusinessCommendation
Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional CouncilCanberra Region Local Government Award for TourismFinalist
NFSA Education ProgramsTourism Visitor EducationWinner
Madison GroomMarkus Gibson-Huck Young Achiever AwardCommendation
Georgia PatmoreMarkus Gibson-Huck Young Achiever AwardWinner
ExperienceAISInternational ReadyCommendation

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